Regenerative Development | Lunch + Learn with Architects Declare and Dr Dominique Hes
Wednesday, 6 October 2021, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Topic: Regenerative Development
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"I see a future where design weaves together the social, ecological and cultural potential of place. Regenerative development is the current term for a process that can support this. Architects have always been leaders in creating visions of potential, creating longing through clever interweaving of needs, function, delight and context. Let's explore this together while being mindful of the urgency of action. I will describe what Regenerative Development is and illustrate with some case studies."
Hes | M.AICD, GIA(A), M.AIRAH | PhD Arch, GradDipEng, B.Sc Botany, CertGovPrac
Dominique is an award-winning educator at RMIT and Melbourne University, with more than 25 years of experience educating at universities, professional organisations, and communities. Her passion is teaching people to their potential agency in contributing to a thriving future. She has experience as a consultant, collaborator, researcher and academic working in the areas of regenerative development, placemaking, biophilia, urban greenery, sustainable development and all areas that look at using human ingenuity to address the messy, complex problems in our cities. With degrees in Botany, Engineering, Architecture and a Certificate in Governance, Dominique brings an interdisciplinary approach to all her work.
Caroline Pidcock | Spokesperson | Australian Architects Declare
Caroline Pidcock was born in Grafton, land of the Bunjalung Nation, and raised in Sydney, land of the Eora Nation, and has been shaped by their mighty water systems. She is passionate about architecture, biophilia and regenerative design, and how she can joyfully co-create “socially just, culturally rich and ecologically restorative” ways of living in Australia. Focusing on how to strategically accelerate meaningful action on climate change, Caroline is currently spokesperson for Australian Architects Declare, member of the AIA CAST and Environment Notes groups, Chair of 1 Million Women and advising on Living Building Challenge projects and various council advisory panels.
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